I highly recommend Addar Hotel! It was our first time in Jerusalem, it was an unplanned trip, so to... See full review
Oct 16, 2012
Nice atmosphere and good breakfast. Within walking distance of the Old City in Jerusalem and other... See full review
A & D Travelers
Mar 5, 2010
Addar Hotel is an exclusive family run boutique hotel owned by Jerusalems oldest and best known family. The historic 19th century building was completely rebuilt as a hotel with the highest standards in 1997 retaining the original entrance and faade. Since its opening, Addar has attracted the most sophisticated travelers. Recent visitors to the hotel include the former Irish President Mrs. Mary Robinson, foreign ministers from various countries, journalists, writers, businessmen and holiday-makers. Addar is regularly chosen as the home of various Ambassadors and Consul-generals. Addar quickly became the citys most desirable address. Addar offers the largest-sized hotel rooms in the city, all with balconies and/or French windows. Addar exclusively arranges visits to citys most historic sites, particularly to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, whom the hotel owners are Custodians of. For guests looking for the ultimate Jerusalem experience and an international standard of service, Addar is unquestionably the first choice.Addar is unique in style, atmosphere and service , administrated with the full attention of a serving staff ready for the guests needs giving them an a truly home away from home.
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Feature a large separate sitting area and have French windows and/or balcony. Generous work-space. Marble Jacuzzi bathrooms. Two or more phones, 2 TV's, HIFI and fast speed internet/WIFI access free of charge for unlimited usage. In-room safe. Some with kitchenette
Free full breakfast
No smoking rooms/facilities
No smoking rooms/facilities
Free full breakfast
24 hour room service
Doctor on call
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant
Wheel chair access
Service dogs allowed
Service animals allowed
Public areas wheelchair accessible for disabled
Audible emergency alarm for sight impaired guest
Wheelchair accessible elevators
Ramp access to buildings
Nearby points of interest
Western Wall: 0.7 mi
Dome of the Rock: 0.8 mi
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
I highly recommend Addar Hotel! It was our first time in Jerusalem, it was an unplanned trip, so to be quite honest, were were clueless! The place was perfect because it was walking distance from the old city. The hotel staff, especially Jay, was
extremely helpful. He booked tours for us, provided all sorts of information and was as patient as it gets!
We read that Addar had been under a refurbishment on 2010. THAT IS NOT TRUE!!! The wall paper are all tear down,the wall and edges of the room have more horribly dirty and broken parts than I can count, the furniture is super old and smelly, the
door of the bathroom can't even close OK bc the oversize of the bathroom counter. The breakfast area is old and they even had a bucket for a ceiling dripping water, which it reminds me that we did not have water the last day! When you arrive and they show you the room, the curtains are closed and the room is super dark; clearly, it is because they do not want you to see the stage of the room. It is horrible, horrible, horrible...
The best thing about this Hotel was the Lobby decor. I reserved 2 rooms and both had peeling wallpaper, a inoperative A/C unit in one room & water bugs in the tub. The bathroom floor drain overflowed as well. Upon arriving I was informed that
parking cost $20 even though it was listed as "Free when available" online. Most of the Staff however, were very helpful and friendly, the only other positive in our experience there. Not worth the expense, the rating or our return. A property definitely past its prime.
Nice atmosphere and good breakfast. Within walking distance of the Old City in Jerusalem and other sites. The air circulation in the room was not great and on warm nights it was uncomfortable sleeping. The staff was very helpful and it was a
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Short walk from hotel
Within walking distance of the Old City in East Jerusalem. Excellent, small local restaurants that were reasonably priced. Easy to get a taxi or get to the bus station.